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  1. PGA TOUR Benefits From New Mobile Payment Solution

    Last year, PGA TOUR wanted to add a mobile point of sale (mPOS) solution for the PGA TOUR Canada. Steve Evans, SVP for information systems, PGA TOUR said, “We needed to implement a secure and easily portable payment solution.” 

  2. What Are The Advantages Of 2D Bar Codes?

    Your small business clients wanting to make a big impact with customers can utilize 2D bar codes — which can include more information, such as price, quantity, web address, or even an image, compared to their 1D counterpart.

  3. The Top 3 Tech Needs In Higher Education This School Year

    An annual study by Wakefield Research for VitalSource Technologies found that 44 percent of students don’t go more than 10 minutes without using some form of technology during an average school day. Knowing the prevalence among students to use technology throughout the day is so high, why not meet them on common ground when trying to connect? Schools have an opportunity to not only enhance the connected campus experience, but also to reduce costs and improve operations as well. Reduced maintenance technology that supplants dinosaur devices or practices can save colleges and universities countless time and money through an overall low total cost of ownership.

  4. Tips For Protecting Cardholder Data And Your Business Beyond EMV

    Now that the EMV liability shift has arrived in the US, it’s important that merchants explore additional security options beyond EMV to protect cardholder data and their businesses. Trusted payments partners, together with the major card associations, suggest some actionable best practices at the POS that are easy to execute yet often overlooked. Here are two.

  5. Managed Services Continues To Be Money In The Bank

    If you are an “IT guy,” who trades your labor for dollars, then offering managed services (flat rate services) should be a no-brainer. But, that doesn’t necessarily mean your business model can guarantee you are doing it correctly or more importantly, being successful at it. The transition from a break-fix business to a managed services business model is actually not as difficult as many people might think. However, there are two vital factors that must be taken into consideration before deciding to make this transition.

  6. Born In The Cloud: The Next Generation Of Call Center Technology

    As more and more companies are shifting gears and jumping on board with cloud technology, the contact center industry is making the switch as well. Cloud computing technology has made it possible for call centers to forego the need to increase staff numbers and the routine headaches that are all too often associated with hardware and software (we’ve all been there).

  7. The Complete Guide To Office 365 Security

    Office 365 is the fastest growing offering in Microsoft’s history, and customers are entrusting the platform to not just meet all of their productivity needs, but to secure and manage their business-critical information assets. Security in Office 365 is a constant effort to monitor, maintain, enhance, report, and verify. Microsoft wants you to know that your data inside Office 365 remains yours – they will never mine your data for advertising campaigns or access your data outside of the scope of delivering your organization with cloud productivity services. In fact, when you sign up to use Office 365 you will see a series of regulatory disclosures describing these governance measures.

  8. Zebra’s “PartnerConnect” Partner Program Launching Q2 2016

    Zebra will launch “PartnerConnect” in Q2 2016. Since Zebra acquired Motorola Solutions' Enterprise business last year, the company has been thoughtfully advancing the development of the newly named partner program.

  9. Top 5 Tech Trends Universities Use To Enhance Student Security

    It is only fitting that institutions of higher learning, where innovation is encouraged, are leading the way in advancements related to confirming student identity and controlling access to campus buildings. While student identification (ID) cards have evolved over the years, some colleges and universities have truly gone high-tech in the ways students can prove who they are.

  10. Enterprise Labeling For A Connected, Flexible, And Efficient Supply Chain

    Looking toward the future, businesses are taking a more standardized approach and respecting the importance that labeling solutions play in the supply chain. Companies are beginning to understand that they need to develop a labeling strategy alongside their supply chain strategy. They are working toward identifying a solution to meet all of the challenges of functioning in today’s global supply chain. This new focus on the strategic value of labeling has required a different and innovative approach to labeling called “enterprise labeling.”